April 22, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Don’t Drop It On Jackson

Spring Cleanup

Spring is in the air, so let More...

Special Sections

Church

Directory of Area Churches

U.S. Hwy. 43 North, Jackson
Center Point Baptist Church
Hwy. 154 - Coffeeville
Cliff Scarbrugh, Pastor
First Baptist Church - Jackson

214 College Ave. More...

OBITUARIES

Sam Elmore Jr. More...

Isn’t it time to sing unto Him a new song?

Psalm 33:3 "Sing unto Him a new song; play skillfully with a loud voice." More...

Editorials

A tribute to a life motivated by desire to help people

He thought only of others, but Dusty died too young More...

It’s a shame we have to have a spring cleanup

This weekend there will be people all over Clarke County on road sides, sidewalks and city streets picking up trash as part of the county-wide spring cleanup, and that More...

Let’s all cleanup ‘Alabama the Littered’

In light of the community cleanup efforts that are being coordinated by the Clarke County Litter Committee on Saturday, April 24, I More...

People

Gardner - Dunagan to wed April 30 in Grove Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Gardner of Jackson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sandra Gail, to Robbie Davis Dunagan, son of the late Hazel Dunagan and D. J. Dunagan. More...

Ashley Braswell honored with bridal tea at church

Ashley Braswell, bride-elect of Jason Randolph, was recently honored with a bridal tea in the Stave Creek Baptist Church fellowship hall. More...

Emma Johnson to celebrate 80th birthday on May 2

The children and grandchildren of Emma W. Johnson invite friends and family to join them in celebrating her 80th birthday on Sunday, May 2 from 2-4 p.m. in the First Baptist Church fellowship hall in St. Stephens. More...

Fulton man guilty in cousin’s death

After two days of testimony a Fulton man plead guilty last Thursday to the stabbing death of his first cousin. This case concluded the criminal jury term in Clarke County Circuit Court. More...

Coffeeville Man shot while hunting turkey

A Coffeeville man was accidentally shot while turkey hunting Thursday afternoon. Family members say he will survive but lost his left eye in the mishap. More...

Local WWII veteran shares experiences

A special ceremony will be held in downtown Jackson on Saturday, May 29, at the Veterans Memorial on the grounds of Jackson City Hall. Local World War II Veteran Early Clarke hopes to attend the event. More...

News

Burglary reported at Trisha’s

On April 12, Officer Lem DuBose responded to a call at Trisha More...

Crowds enjoy plenty of bluegrass at fiddlers convention

Hundreds of people crowded into the Old Frankville School in Washington County this past Saturday night to enjoy plenty of bluegrass music at the annual fiddlers convention held there each spring. More...

GHPD investigating shooting incident on Carter Drive

Although no arrests have been made, Grove Hill Police are investigating a shooting incident, which occurred Saturday evening on Carter Drive. More...

Coming Events

Shriners Trail Ride

There will be a Shriners Trail Ride on May 1 at the Chuck Reynolds Camp in Tibbie. Located on Highway 20 on Four Points Road. More...

Education

Gifted students from Washington County see the sites in Europe

The Washington County gifted students recently embarked on a cultural trip to Paris, France and Rome, Italy. More...

JHS Aggie Singers presenting musical

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Leroy High School hosting ‘Farm Day’ Friday, April 23

Leroy High School will be hosting the annual "Farm Day" on Friday, April 23 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. More...

Sports

Eagles continue winning streak toward state tourney

The Jackson Academy Eagles continued their winning streak last Tuesday with a 21-4 win over Sparta Academy. More...

Lady Aggies get back on track

The Junior Aggies (9-2) put the finishing touches on a fine season in Excel Tuesday afternoon. The out-manned Panthers offered no challenge to the Aggies on a cold, wet afternoon. More...

Lady Eagles pound West Alabama Prep

The Jackson Academy Lady Eagles improved to 15-6 on the season as they pounded West Alabama Prep 17-1 last Friday in Jackson. More...